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WATCH: Queen's Park reacts to Ford documents
Province maintains it's not stepping in
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It doesn't look like this latest release of police documents surrounding Mayor Rob Ford is getting Queen's Park to move in.

She says it's been a challenging year and through it all, Municipal Affairs Minister Linda Jeffrey has underlined the province can't step in and remove the mayor if he hasn't been convicted of anything.

But with phrases like "drug trafficking" popping up in this new set of documents, Jeffrey would only say those are "troubling allegations."

Jeffrey stresses Ford is just one person and it seems as though council is getting things done for residents.

She says the province touches base with the deputy mayor on a regular basis and won't comment on the specifics of any new police documents that have been released.

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It doesn't look like this latest release of police documents surrounding Mayor Rob Ford is getting Queen's Park to move in.

She says it's been a challenging year and through it all, Municipal Affairs Minister Linda Jeffrey has underlined the province can't step in and remove the mayor if he hasn't been convicted of anything.

But with phrases like "drug trafficking" popping up in this new set of documents, Jeffrey would only say those are "troubling allegations."

Jeffrey stresses Ford is just one person and it seems as though council is getting things done for residents.

She says the province touches base with the deputy mayor on a regular basis and won't comment on the specifics of any new police documents that have been released.

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